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. katy perry and russel brand ignored each other at a recent laker's game. what happened? >> well, the plot thickens a little bit. last night, both were at the laker's game and had floor seats. it's impossible not to see everybody when you're on the floor at the lakers game, so, clearly, they saw each other. they never walked up to each other during the game. we just did tmz live a few moments ago and somebody called in who said he was at the game and they have a fancy schmancy bar that people go to at halftime who were on the floor and others, you know, who have special seating. this person said that he saw katy walk into that bar, although he didn't see her walk up to russell brand, but the bar's pretty small, so it's pretty hard to avoid there. as far as we could see, certainly on the floor, they never made contact, which i think, shawn s a little bit weird. >> yeah. >> at least you go up and say hey, how are you doing? >> or even a wave across the room. even if you don't like each other. hey, i see you and acknowledge you. >> and -- . >> who knows. >> it doesn't happen. at lea
down here with katrina, people unfortunate lakers lot of times, don't read their insurance policies and they need to get with their -- >> that changes the map, does it not? a lot of these smaller companies and individuals, you niece are sitting there thinking that some of this coverage is gonna be taken care of, this vel to shell out a lot more money to rebuild. no doubt that will play a part, $20 billion range, a good portion of that will be uninsured losses and also uninsured losses on the commercial side, you talk about a pizzeria or a restaurant, do they have food spoilage coverage, with the power being out, maybe no direct physical damage done to the building, there is specialized coverage you can buy for that, for business interrunses to pay for your rerngts employee salaries before you get up and running. >> thank you for joining us. >>> an engineer specializing in cranes is going to talk us through why the crane exactly what you're watching right now, almost bend right in half. we are back in a moment. first though the aftermath in point pleasant, new jersey. governor chris
are in, but they suggest that lakers' throughout the u.s. government are very rarely formally punished. the second point is that there are a lot of leaks of classified information. i doubt that i need to provide much foundation for that point to this audience, but a government report, the willard report, an interagency task force in 1982 called classified information leaks daily, a routine daily occurrence in washington. there is a claim that their daily. the w. m. decommission public report in 2005 referred to hundreds of serious press leaks across information over the past decade alone. the third point is that most of these classified information leaks are potentially prosecutable. the willard report again from 1982, virtually all cases the unauthorized disclosure of classified and permission potentially violates one or more federal statutes. the main statute involved has a lot of insecurity that i won't rehash here, but generally you have to prove that the defendant knew his or her actions were unlawful, that information was not already in the public domain , and in some circumstanc
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